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Sep 10, 2020

BATTERY2030+ projects kick-off looking for better cells

The European BATTERY 2030+ project is gaining momentum as the research initiative launches seven projects with a total budget of 40.5 million euros from the EU’s Horizon 2020 programme this September, reports

The projects now funded for three years through Horizon2020 include BIG-MAP, INSTABAT, SENSIBAT, SPARTACUS, BAT4EVER, HIDDEN and BATTERY 2030PLUS itself.

BATTERY2030+ is part of the European Battery Alliance (EBA) and BatteRIes Europe initiatives, working to develop a “green battery” that would adhere to EU standards. Coordinated by Fraunhofer R&D Center for Electromobility and Kristina Edström, Professor of Inorganic Chemistry at Uppsala University, measures to lower the CO2-footprint of batteries include sustainably degraded materials, higher material resource efficiency and smarter functions, greener manufacturing processes, and more efficient recycling methods.

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